Going Natural: Easy Cooking At The Campfire


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Going Natural: Easy Cooking At The Campfire

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  2. 2. Going Natural: Easy Cooking At The Campfire One of the most popular summertime activities for groups, families, and even as a solo adventure is camping. The stars, the warm summer air, and the nightly cricket orchestra and lightening bug presentation make for a fun memorable time. It is an excellent opportunity to escape the hectic and sometimes stress- filled environment and just relax, without a care in the world. It is time to grab your sleeping bag and turn off the cell phone.
  3. 3. Communing With Nature Communing with nature in a pup tent does require you to give up some luxuries that you may be very accustomed to in daily life such as bathrooms, warm and private showers, air conditioning and cable television. Cell phones generally do not get the best reception either, in the middle of a forest of trees, so are only worth using in an emergency.
  4. 4. You Can Almost Call Yourself A Chef One area, however, that should not be sacrificed is good food and good eating. Camp cooking is very easy and tasty, and does not require a full size kitchen. You will be surprised with the amazing meals that can you whip up with only a few basic ingredients on your little camp fire or grill. Easy cooking at the campsite is not an urban legend. Your best asset to creating delicious meals is not a bag of marshmallows, but rather a box of aluminum foil.
  5. 5. Scout Troop Has Experienced Easy Cooking Nearly every single Boy, Girl and Cub Scout troop has experienced easy cooking with foil in making the very basic and fun hobo style dinners. This really is camp cooking made easy. Combine a small, uncooked hamburger patty, a peeled and halved potato and a peeled and sliced carrot inside a folded piece of foil.
  6. 6. That Is Some Very Easy Cooking Feel free to season however you like before closing the aluminum foil into a little packet and tossing it onto either the hot charcoals from your grill or the low flames of a camp fire. Let your dinner cook for at least thirty minutes before checking the doneness of your meat and veggies. That is some very easy cooking!
  7. 7. Dessert Dessert can be the very fun and easy dish called s’mores . Do not forget those marshmallows, the chocolate or those crunchy graham crackers. Your easy camp cooking just got a whole lot gooier and much more fun. Be careful not to burn yourself when stacking toasted marshmallows on top of sweet chocolate bars. All you need now are flashlights and the best scary stories this side of the twilight zone.
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